Story at a glance

  • Chloe Mrozak, 24, used a forged COVID-19 vaccination card so she could go on vacation to Hawaii.
  • The card misspelled the vaccine Moderna as “Maderna.”
  • Mrozak was charged with falsifying vaccination documents, and her bail was set at $2,000.

An Illinois woman using a forged COVID-19 vaccination card so she could go on vacation had her plan foiled due to a single letter.

Chloe Mrozak, 24, flew into Oahu, Hawaii, on Aug. 23, and showed her fraudulent vaccination card to bypass the state’s mandatory 10-day quarantine for unvaccinated visitors. The card misspelled the vaccine Moderna as “Maderna.” However, by the time the airport realized it was forged, Mrozak had already departed the airport.

The card stated she had been vaccinated in Delaware by the National Guard, but there were no records of her vaccination in the state.

The hotel Mrozak listed as her accommodation for the trip was also false, and authorities were unable to locate her until she returned to the airport to depart from her vacation on Saturday.


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Upon her arrest, Mrozak claimed she got the vaccine card from her doctor after paying for her vaccination, according to Hawaii News Now. The COVID-19 vaccination is free in the United States.

Mrozak was charged with falsifying vaccination documents, and her bail was set at $2,000.


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Published on Sep 01, 2021